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    www.swagelok.com

    Tubing Data

    Tubing Material

    Our suggested ordering instructions for each type of tubing

    are shown under the respective tables.

    Tubing Outside Diameter Hardness

    The key to selecting proper tubing for use with metal

    Swagelok tube fittings is that the tubing must be

    softer than the fitting material. Swagelok tube fittings are

    designed to work properly with the tubing that is suggested in

    the ordering instructions.

    Swagelok stainless steel tube fittings have been repeatedly

    tested successfully with tubing with hardness up to 200 HV

    and 90 HRB.

    Tubing Wall Thickness

    The accompanying tables show working pressure ratings oftubing in a wide range of wall thicknesses. Except as noted,

    allowable pressure ratings are calculated from Svalues as

    specified by ASME B31.3, Process Piping.

    Swagelok tube fittings have been repeatedly tested in both

    the minimum and maximum wall thicknesses shown.

    Swagelok tube fittings are not recommended for tube wall

    thicknesses outside the ranges shown in the accompanying

    tables for each size.

    Tubing Handling

    Good handling practices can greatly reduce scratches on

    tubing and protect the good surface finish that reliable tube

    manufacturers supply.

    Tubing should never be dragged out of a tubing rack or

    across a rough surface.

    Tube cutters or hacksaws should be sharp. Do not take

    deep cuts with each turn of the cutter or stroke of the saw.

    Tube ends should be deburred. This helps to ensure that

    the tubing will go all the way through the ferrules without

    damaging the ferrule sealing edge.

    Contents

    Tubing Select ion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1Tubing Handling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1

    Gas Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2

    Tubing Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2

    Suggested Allowable Working Pressure Tables

    Carbon Steel Tubing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

    Stainless Steel Tubing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

    Copper Tubing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

    Aluminum Tubing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

    Alloy 400 Tubing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

    Alloy C-276 Tubing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9

    Alloy 20 Tubing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9

    Alloy 600 Tubing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10

    Grade 2 Titanium Tubing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10

    SAF 2507 Super Duplex Tubing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11

    Alloy 825 Tubing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11

    Alloy 625 Tubing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12

    Elevated Temperature Factors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12

    Tubing Selection

    Proper selection, handling, and installation of tubing, whencombined with proper selection of Swageloktube fittings,

    are essential to reliable tubing systems.

    The following variables should be considered when ordering

    tubing for use with Swagelok tube fittings:

    Surface finish

    Material

    Hardness

    Wall thickness.

    Tubing Surface Finish

    Many ASTM specifications cover the above requirements,

    but they often are not very detailed on surface finish. Forexample, ASTM A450, a general tubing specification, reads:

    11. Straightness and Finish

    11.1 Finished tubes shall be reasonably straight and have

    smooth ends free of burrs. They shall have a workmanlike

    finish. Surface imperfections (Note) may be removed by

    grinding, provided that a smooth curved surface is maintained,

    and the wall thickness is not decreased to less than that

    permitted by this or the product specification. The outside

    diameter at the point of grinding may be reduced by the amount

    so removed.

    Note:An imperfection is any discontinuity or irregularity found in the tube.

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    2 Tubing Data

    Gas Service

    Gases (air, hydrogen, helium, nitrogen, etc.) have very small

    molecules that can escape through even the most minute

    leak path. Some surface defects on the tubing can provide

    such a leak path. As tube outside diameter (OD) increases,

    so does the likelihood of a scratch or other surface defect

    interfering with proper sealing.

    The most successful connection for gas service will occur

    if all installation instructions are carefully followed and the

    heavier wall thicknesses of tubing on the accompanying

    tables are selected.

    Suggested Allowable Pressure TablesFigure and tables are for reference only. No implication

    is made that these values can be used for design work.

    Applicable codes and practices in industry should be

    considered. ASME Codes are the successor to and

    replacement of ASA Piping Codes.

    All pressures are calculated from equations in ASME

    B31.3, Process Piping. See factors for calculating working

    pressures in accordance with ASME B31.1, Power Piping.

    Calculations are based on maximum OD and minimum wall

    thickness, except as noted in individual tables.

    Example:1/2 in. OD 0.035 in. wall stainless steel tubing

    purchased to ASTM A269:

    OD Tolerance 0.005 in. / Wall Thickness 10 %

    Calculations are based on 0.505 in. OD 0.0315 in. wall

    tubing.

    No allowance is made for corrosion or erosion.

    A heavy-wall tube resists ferrule action more than a thin-

    wall tube, allowing the ferrules to coin out minor surface

    imperfections. A thin-wall tube offers less resistance to ferrule

    action during installation, reducing the chance of coining out

    surface defects, such as scratches. Within the applicable

    suggested allowable working pressure table, select a tube

    wall thickness whose working pressure is outsideof the

    shaded areas.

    Tubing properly selected and handled, combined with

    properly installed Swagelok tube fittings, will give you a leak-

    tight system and provide reliable service in a wide variety of

    applications.

    For maximum assurance of reliable performance, use:

    properly selected and handled high-quality tubingsuch

    as provided by Swagelok

    Swagelok tube fittings assembled in accordance with

    catalog instructions

    an appropriate tube support system to limit the movement

    of tubing and fluid system components.

    When installing fittings near tube bends, there must be a

    sufficient straight length of tubing to allow the tube to be

    bottomed in the Swagelok fitting (see tables).

    Tubing Installation

    T Tube ODL Required straight tube

    length (see tables)

    RRadius of tubing bend

    R

    T

    L

    Hydraulic Swaging Unit

    A Swagelok multihead hydraulic swaging unit (MHSU) must

    be used to install 1 1/4, 1 1/2, and 2 in. and 28, 30, 32, 38,

    and 50 mm Swagelok tube fittings. For more information, see

    the Gaugeable Tube Fittings and Adapter Fittings catalog,

    MS-01-140.

    Metric, mm

    TTube OD L

    3 19

    6 21

    8 23

    10 25

    12 3114

    3215

    16

    18

    2034

    22

    25 40

    28 46

    30 50

    32 54

    38 63

    50 80

    Fractional, in.

    TTube OD L

    1/16 1/2

    1/8 23/32

    3/16 3/4

    1/4 13/16

    5/16 7/83/8 15/16

    1/2 1 3/16

    5/81 1/4

    3/4

    7/8 1 5/16

    1 1 1/2

    1 1/4 2

    1 1/2 2 13/32

    2 3 1/4

    Required straight tube length.

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    Tubing Data 3

    Suggested Allowable Working Pressure for Carbon Steel Tubing

    Table 1Fractional Carbon Steel Tubing

    Allowable working pressures are calculated from an Svalue of 15 700 psi (108.2 MPa) for ASTM A179 tubing at 20 to 100F (28 to

    37C), as listed in ASME B31.3. For working pressure in accordance with ASME B31.1, multiply by 0.85.

    Suggested Ordering Information

    High-quality, soft annealed seamless carbon steel hydraulic tubing, ASTM A179 or equivalent. Hardness not to exceed 72 HRB

    or 130 HV. Tubing to be free of scratches, suitable for bending and flaring.

    TubeOD

    in.

    Tube Wall Thickness, in.

    SwagelokFitting

    Series

    0.028 0.035 0.049 0.065 0.083 0.095 0.109 0.120 0.134 0.148 0.165 0.180 0.220

    Working Pressure, psig

    Note:For gas service, select a tube wall thickness outside of the shaded area. (See Gas Service,page 2.)

    1/8 8000 10 200 200

    3/16 5100 6 600 9600 300

    1/4 3700 4 800 7000 9600 400

    5/16 3 700 5500 7500 500

    3/8 3 100 4500 6200 600

    1/2 2 300 3200 4500 5900 810

    5/8 1 800 2600 3500 4600 5300 1010

    3/4 2100 2900 3700 4300 5100 1210

    7/8 1800 2400 3200 3700 4300 1410

    1 1500 2100 2700 3200 3700 4100 1610

    1 1/4 1600 2100 2500 2900 3200 3600 4000 4600 5000 2000

    1 1/2 1800 2000 2400 2600 2900 3300 3700 4100 5100 2400

    2 1500 1700 1900 2100 2400 2700 3000 3700 3200

    Table 2Metric Carbon Steel Tubing

    Allowable working pressures are based on equations from ASME B31.3 for DIN 2391 tubing, using a stress value of 113 MPa

    (16 300 psi) and tensile strength of 340 MPa (49 300 psi).

    Suggested Ordering Information

    High-quality, soft annealed carbon steel tubing, DIN 2391 or equivalent. Hardness not to exceed 72 HRB or 130 HV. Tubing to

    be free of scratches, suitable for bending or flaring.

    TubeODmm

    Tube Wall Thickness, mm

    SwagelokFittingSeries

    0.8 1.0 1.2 1.5 1.8 2.0 2.2 2.5 2.8 3.0 3.5 4.0 4.5Working Pressure, bar

    Note:For gas service, select a tube wall thickness outside of the shaded area. (See Gas Service,page 2.)

    3 630 790 3M0

    6 290 370 460 590 6M0

    8 270 330 430 8M0

    10 210 260 330 10M0

    12 170 210 270 330 380 420 12M0

    14 150 180 230 280 320 350 14M0

    15 140 170 210 260 290 330 15M0

    16 130 150 200 240 270 300 350 16M0

    18 140 170 210 240 270 310 18M0

    20 120 160 190 210 240 270 310 20M022 110 140 170 190 210 240 280 22M0

    25 100 120 150 170 180 210 240 260 25M0

    28 150 160 190 210 230 270 28M0

    30 140 150 170 200 210 250 30M0

    32 130 140 160 180 200 230 270 32M0

    38 120 130 150 160 190 230 260 38M0

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    4 Tubing Data

    Table 3Fractional Stainless Steel Seamless Tubing

    Allowable working pressures are calculated from an S value of 20 000 psi (137.8 MPa) for ASTM A269 tubing at 20 to 100F

    (28 to 37C), as listed in ASME B31.3 and ASME B31.1, except as noted.

    For Welded Tubing

    For welded and drawn tubing, a derating factor must be applied for weld integrity:

    for double-welded tubing, multiply working pressure by 0.85

    for single-welded tubing, multiply working pressure by 0.80.

    Suggested Allowable Working Pressure for Stainless Steel Tubing

    For higher pressures, see the SwagelokMedium-Pressure Fittingscatalog, MS-02-335, or the Swagelok High-Pressure Fittingscatalog, MS-01-34.

    Rating based on repeated pressure testing of the Swagelok tube fitting with a 4:1 design factor based upon hydraulic fluid leakage.

    TubeODin.

    Tube Wall Thickness, in.

    SwagelokFittingSeries

    0.010 0.012 0.014 0.016 0.020 0.028 0.035 0.049 0.065 0.083 0.095 0.109 0.120 0.134 0.156 0.188

    Working Pressure, psigNote: For gas service, select a tube wall thickness outside of the shaded area.

    (See Gas Service,page 2.)

    1/16 5600 6800 8100 9400 12 000 100

    1/8 8500 10 900 200

    3/16 5400 7 000 10 200 300

    1/4 4000 5 100 7 500 10 200 400

    5/16 4 000 5 800 8 000 500

    3/8 3 300 4 800 6 500 7500 600

    1/2 2 600 3 700 5 100 6700 810

    5/8 2 900 4 000 5200 6000 1010

    3/4 2 400 3 300 4200 4900 5800 1210

    7/8 2 000 2 800 3600 4200 4800 1410

    1 2 400 3100 3600 4200 4700 1610

    1 1/4 2400 2800 3300 3600 4100 4900 2000

    1 1/2 2300 2700 3000 3400 4000 4900 2400

    2 2000 2200 2500 2900 3600 3200

    Suggested Ordering InformationHigh-quality, fully annealed (Type 304, 304/304L, 316, 316/316L, 317, 317/317L) (seamless or welded and drawn) stainless steel

    hydraulic tubing, ASTM A269 or A213, or equivalent. Hardness not to exceed 90 HRB or 200 HV. Tubing to be free of scratches,

    suitable for bending and flaring. OD tolerances not to exceed 0.003 in. for 1/16 in. OD tubing.

    Note:Certain austenitic stainless tubing has an allowable ovality tolerance double the OD tolerance and may not fit into

    Swagelok precision tube fittings. Dual-certified grades such as 304/304L, 316/316L, and 317/317L meet the minimum

    chemistry and the mechanical properties of both alloy grades.

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    Tubing Data 5

    Table 4Metric Stainless Steel Seamless Tubing

    Allowable working pressures are based on equations from ASME B31.3 and ASME B31.1 for EN ISO 1127 tubing (D4, T4

    tolerance for 3 to 12 mm; D4, T3 tolerance 14 to 50 mm), using a stress value of 137.8 MPa (20 000 psi) and tensile strength of

    516.4 MPa (74 900 psi), except as noted.

    For Welded Tubing

    For welded and drawn tubing, a derating factor must be applied for weld integrity:

    for double-welded tubing, multiply working pressure by 0.85

    for single-welded tubing, multiply working pressure by 0.80.

    Suggested Allowable Working Pressure for Stainless Steel Tubing

    Rating based on repeated pressure testing of the Swagelok tube fitting with a 4:1 design factor based upon hydraulic fluid leakage.

    TubeODmm

    Tube Wall Thickness, mm

    SwagelokFittingSeries

    0.8 1.0 1.2 1.5 1.8 2.0 2.2 2.5 2.8 3.0 3.5 4.0 4.5 5.0

    Working Pressure, barNote: For gas service, select a tube wall thickness outside of the shaded area.

    (See Gas Service,page 2.)

    3 670 3M0

    6 310 420 540 710 6M0

    8 310 390 520 8M0

    10 240 300 400 510 580 10M0

    12 200 250 330 410 470 12M0

    14 160 200 270 340 380 430 14M0

    15 150 190 250 310 360 400 15M0

    16 170 230 290 330 370 400 16M0

    18 150 200 260 290 320 370 18M0

    20 140 180 230 260 290 330 380 20M0

    22 140 160 200 230 260 300 340 22M0

    25 180 200 230 260 290 320 25M0

    28 180 200 230 260 280 330 28M0

    30 170 180 210 240 260 310 30M0

    32 160 170 200 220 240 290 330 32M0

    38 140 160 190 200 240 270 310 38M0

    50 150 180 210 240 270 50M0

    Suggested Ordering Information

    High-quality, fully annealed (Type 304, 304/304L, 316, 316/316L, 317, 317/317L) stainless steel tubing, EN ISO 1127 or equivalent.

    Hardness not to exceed 90 HRB or 200 HV. Tubing to be free of scratches, suitable for bending or flaring. OD tolerances not to

    exceed 0.076 mm for 3 mm OD tubing.

    Note: Dual-certified grades such as 304/304L, 316/316L, and 317/317L meet the minimum chemistry and the mechanical

    properties of both alloy grades.

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    6 Tubing Data

    Table 5Fractional Copper Tubing

    Allowable working pressures are calculated from an Svalue of 6000 psi (41.3 MPa) for ASTM B75 and ASTM B88 tubing at 20

    to 100F (28 to 37C), as listed in ASME B31.3 and ASME B31.1.

    Table 6Metric Copper Tubing

    Allowable working pressures are calculated from an Svalue of 41.3 MPa (6000 psi) for ASTM B75, ASTM B88, and EN 1057

    tubing at 28 to 37C (20 to 100F), as listed in ASME B31.3 and ASME B31.1.

    Suggested Ordering Information

    High-quality, soft annealed seamless copper tubing, ASTM B75 or equivalent. Also soft annealed (Temper O) copper water

    tube, type K or type L to ASTM B88.

    Suggested Ordering Information

    High-quality, soft annealed seamless copper tubing, ASTM B75 and EN 1057 or equivalent. Also soft annealed (Temper O)

    copper water tube, type K or type L to ASTM B88.

    Suggested Allowable Working Pressure for Copper Tubing

    TubeODin.

    Tube Wall Thickness, in.

    SwagelokFittingSeries

    0.028 0.030 0.035 0.049 0.065 0.083 0.095 0.109 0.120 0.134

    Working Pressure, psigNote:For gas service, select a tube wall thickness outside of the shaded area.(See Gas Service,page 2.)

    1/8 2700 3000 3600 200

    3/16 1800 1900 2300 3400 300

    1/4 1300 1400 1600 2500 3500 400

    5/16 1300 1900 2700 500

    3/8 1000 1600 2200 600

    1/2 800 1100 1600 2100 810

    5/8 900 1200 1600 1900 1010

    3/4 700 1000 1300 1500 1800 1210

    7/8 600 800 1100 1300 1500 1410

    1 500 700 900 1100 1300 1500 1610

    1 1/8 600 800 1000 1100 1300 1400 1810

    TubeODmm

    Tube Wall Thickness, mm

    SwagelokFittingSeries

    0.8 1.0 1.2 1.5 1.8 2.0 2.2 2.5 2.8 3.0

    Working Pressure, barNote:For gas service, select a tube wall thickness outside of the shaded area.

    (See Gas Service,page 2.)

    6 110 140 170 220 6M0

    8 100 120 160 8M0

    10 80 100 130 10M0

    12 60 80 100 130 140 12M0

    14 50 60 90 110 120 14M0

    15 60 80 100 110 120 15M0

    16 70 90 100 110 120 16M0

    18 60 80 90 100 110 18M0

    20 60 70 80 90 100 110 20M022 50 60 70 80 90 100 22M0

    25 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 25M0

    28 40 50 60 70 80 90 28M0

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    Tubing Data 7

    Table 7Fractional Aluminum Tubing

    Allowable working pressures are calculated from an Svalue of 14 000 psi (96.5 MPa) for ASTM B210, Type 6061-T6 tubing at

    20 to 100F (28 to 37C), as listed in ASME B31.3. For working pressure in accordance with ASME B31.1, multiply by 0.85.

    Suggested Ordering Information

    High-quality aluminum alloy drawn seamless tubing, ASTM B210 (Type 6061-T6) or equivalent.

    Suggested Allowable Working Pressure forAluminum Tubing

    Table 8Metric Aluminum Tubing

    Allowable working pressures are calculated from an Svalue of 96.5 MPa (14 000 psi) for ASTM B210, Type 6061-T6 tubing at

    28 to 37C (20 to 100F), as listed in ASME B31.3. For working pressure in accordance with ASME B31.1, multiply by 0.85.

    Suggested Ordering Information

    High-quality aluminum alloy drawn seamless tubing, ASTM B210 (Type 6061-T6) or equivalent.

    TubeODmm

    Tube Wall Thickness, mm

    SwagelokFittingSeries

    1.0 1.2 1.5 1.8 2.0 2.2 2.5

    Working Pressure, barNote:For gas service, select a tube wall thickness outside of the shaded area.

    (See Gas Service,page 2.)

    6 340 400 6M0

    8 240 300 8M0

    10 190 230 10M0

    12 160 190 240 250 12M0

    14 130 160 200 220 14M0

    15 120 150 190 200 15M0

    16 110 140 170 190 16M0

    18 120 150 190 210 18M0

    25 110 130 150 170 180 25M0

    TubeODin.

    Tube Wall Thickness, in.

    SwagelokFittingSeries

    0.035 0.049 0.065 0.083 0.095

    Working Pressure, psigNote:For gas service, select a tube wall thickness outside ofthe shaded area. (See Gas Service,page 2.)

    1/8 8600 200

    3/16 5600 8000 300

    1/4 4000 5900 400

    5/16 3100 4600 500

    3/8 2600 3700 600

    1/2 1900 2700 3700 810

    5/8 1500 2100 2900 1010

    3/4 1700 2400 3100 1210

    1 1300 1700 2300 2700 1610

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    8 Tubing Data

    A limited amount of test data is available on Swagelok tube fittings used with special alloy tubing. For sizes not listed in the

    following tables, we recommend that a sample of the tubing be provided for evaluation before installation. Please include all

    pertinent information relating to system parameters. Give tubing sample to your authorized Swagelok representative to forward

    to the factory.

    Suggested Allowable Working Pressure forAdditional Alloys

    Suggested Ordering Information

    High-quality, fully annealed seamless alloy 400 hydraulic tubing, ASTM B165 or equivalent. Hardness not to exceed 75 HRB or

    137 HV. Tubing to be free of scratches, suitable for bending and flaring. OD tolerances not to exceed 0.005 in.

    Table 9Fractional Alloy 400 Tubing

    Allowable working pressures are calculated from an Svalue of 18 700 psi (128.9 MPa) for ASTM B165 tubing at 20 to 100F

    (28 to 37C), as listed in ASME B31.3 and ASME B31.1.

    TubeODin.

    Tube Wall Thickness, in.

    SwagelokFittingSeries

    0.028 0.035 0.049 0.065 0.083 0.095 0.109 0.120

    Working Pressure, psigNote:For gas service, select a tube wall thickness outside of the shaded area.

    (See Gas Service,page 2.)

    1/8 7900 10 100 200

    1/4 3700 4 800 7000 9500 400

    5/16 3 700 5400 7300 500

    3/8 3 100 4400 6100 600

    1/2 2 300 3200 4400 810

    3/4 2200 3000 4000 4600 1210

    1 2200 2900 3400 3900 4300 1610

    Suggested Ordering Information

    High-quality, fully annealed seamless alloy 400 hydraulic tubing, ASTM B165 or equivalent. Hardness not to exceed 75 HRB or

    137 HV. Tubing to be free of scratches, suitable for bending and flaring. OD tolerances not to exceed 0.13 mm.

    Table 10Metric Alloy 400 Tubing

    Allowable working pressures are calculated from an Svalue of 128.9 MPa (18 700 psi) for ASTM B165 tubing at 28 to 37C (20

    to 100F), as listed in ASME B31.3 and ASME B31.1.

    TubeODmm

    Tube Wall Thickness, mm

    SwagelokFittingSeries

    0.8 1.0 1.2 1.5 1.8 2.0 2.2 2.5 2.8 3.0

    Working Pressure, barNote:For gas service, select a tube wall thickness outside of the shaded area.

    (See Gas Service,page 2.)

    6 310 390 490 620 6M0

    8 290 350 450 8M0

    10 220 280 350 10M0

    12 180 230 290 12M0

    14 160 190 240 270 14M0

    18 150 200 240 270 300 18M0

    20 180 210 240 270 290 20M0

    25 170 190 210 240 270 290 25M0

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    Tubing Data 9

    Suggested Allowable Working Pressure forAdditional Alloys

    Table 11Fractional Alloy C-276 Tubing

    Allowable working pressures are based on equations from

    ASME B31.3 and ASME B31.1 for a maximum Svalue of

    20 000 psi (137.8 MPa).

    Table 12Metric Alloy C-276 Tubing

    Allowable working pressures are based on equations from

    ASME B31.3 and ASME B31.1 for a maximum Svalue of

    137.8 MPa (20 000 psi).

    Suggested Ordering Information

    High-quality, fully annealed alloy C-276 tubing, ASTM B622

    or equivalent. Hardness not to exceed 100 HRB or 248 HV.

    Tubing to be free of scratches, suitable for bending andflaring. OD tolerances not to exceed 0.005 in.

    Suggested Ordering Information

    High-quality, fully annealed alloy C-276 tubing, ASTM B622

    or equivalent. Hardness not to exceed 100 HRB or 248 HV.

    Tubing to be free of scratches, suitable for bending andflaring. OD tolerances not to exceed 0.13 mm.

    TubeODin.

    Tube Wall Thickness, in.

    SwagelokFittingSeries

    0.028 0.035 0.049 0.065

    Working Pressure, psigNote:For gas service, select a tube wallthickness outside of the shaded area.

    (See Gas Service,page 2.)

    1/4 4000 5100 7500 10 200 400

    5/16 4000 5800 7 800 500

    3/8 3300 4800 6 500 600

    1/2 2600 3700 5 100 810

    TubeODmm

    Tube Wall Thickness, mm

    SwagelokFittingSeries

    0.8 1.0 1.2 1.5

    Working Pressure, barNote:For gas service, select a tube wallthickness outside of the shaded area.

    (See Gas Service,page 2.)

    6 310 420 520 670 6M0

    8 310 390 500 8M0

    10 240 300 380 10M0

    12 200 240 310 12M0

    Table 13Fractional Alloy 20 Tubing

    Allowable working pressures are based on equations from

    ASME B31.3 and ASME B31.1 for a maximum Svalue of

    20 000 psi (137.8 MPa).

    Table 14Metric Alloy 20 Tubing

    Allowable working pressures are based on equations from

    ASME B31.3 and ASME B31.1 for a maximum Svalue of

    137.8 MPa (20 000 psi).

    Suggested Ordering Information

    High-quality, fully annealed seamless or welded and drawn

    alloy 20 tubing, ASTM B729, B468 or equivalent. Hardness

    not to exceed 95 HRB. Tubing to be free of scratches,

    suitable for bending and flaring. OD tolerances not to exceed

    0.005 in.

    Suggested Ordering Information

    High-quality, fully annealed seamless or welded and drawn

    alloy 20 tubing, ASTM B729, B468 or equivalent. Hardness

    not to exceed 95 HRB. Tubing to be free of scratches,

    suitable for bending and flaring. OD tolerances not to exceed

    0.13 mm.

    TubeODin.

    Tube Wall Thickness, in.

    SwagelokFittingSeries

    0.028 0.035 0.049 0.065

    Working Pressure, psigNote:For gas service, select a tube wall

    thickness outside of the shaded area.(SeeGas Service,page 2.)

    1/4 4000 5100 7500 10 200 400

    3/8 3300 4800 6 500 600

    1/2 2600 3700 5 100 810

    TubeODmm

    Tube Wall Thickness, mm

    SwagelokFittingSeries

    0.8 1.0 1.2 1.5

    Working Pressure, barNote:For gas service, select a tube wall

    thickness outside of the shaded area.(SeeGas Service,page 2.)

    6 310 420 520 670 6M0

    10 240 300 380 10M0

    12 200 240 310 12M0

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    Table 15Fractional Alloy 600 Tubing

    Allowable working pressures are based on equations from

    ASME B31.3 and ASME B31.1 for a maximum Svalue of

    20 000 psi (137.8 MPa).

    Table 16Metric Alloy 600 Tubing

    Allowable working pressures are based on equations from

    ASME B31.3 and ASME B31.1 for a maximum Svalue of

    137.8 MPa (20 000 psi).

    Suggested Ordering Information

    High-quality, fully annealed, cold drawn #1 temper alloy 600

    seamless alloy tubing, ASTM B167 or equivalent. Hardness

    not to exceed 92 HRB or 198 HV. Tubing to be free of

    scratches, suitable for bending and flaring. Order to outside

    diameter and wall thickness only, not to inside diameter,

    average wall specification. OD tolerances not to exceed

    0.005 in.

    Suggested Ordering Information

    High-quality, fully annealed, cold drawn #1 temper alloy 600

    seamless alloy tubing, ASTM B167 or equivalent. Hardness

    not to exceed 92 HRB or 198 HV. Tubing to be free of

    scratches, suitable for bending and flaring. Order to outside

    diameter and wall thickness only, not to inside diameter,

    average wall specification. OD tolerances not to exceed

    0.13 mm.

    TubeODin.

    Tube Wall Thickness, in.

    SwagelokFittingSeries

    0.028 0.035 0.049 0.065

    Working Pressure, psigNote:For gas service, select a tube wall

    thickness outside of the shaded area.(SeeGas Service,page 2.)

    1/4 4000 5100 7500 10 200 400

    3/8 3300 4800 6 500 600

    1/2 2600 3700 5 100 810

    TubeODmm

    Tube Wall Thickness, mm

    SwagelokFittingSeries

    0.8 1.0 1.2 1.5

    Working Pressure, barNote:For gas service, select a tube wall

    thickness outside of the shaded area.(SeeGas Service,page 2.)

    6 310 420 520 670 6M0

    10 240 300 380 10M0

    12 200 240 310 12M0

    Suggested Allowable Working Pressure forAdditional Alloys

    Table 17Fractional Grade 2 Titanium Tubing

    Allowable working pressures are based on equations

    from ASME B31.3 and a maximum Svalue of 16 700 psi

    (115.1 MPa) for ASTM B338 tubing at 20 to 100F (28 to

    37C). For working pressure in accordance with ASME B31.1,

    multiply by 0.85.

    Table 18Metric Grade 2 Titanium Tubing

    Allowable working pressures are based on equations

    from ASME B31.3 and a maximum Svalue of 115.1 MPa

    (16 700 psi) for ASTM B338 tubing at 28 to 37C (20 to

    100F). For working pressure in accordance with ASME B31.1,

    multiply by 0.85.

    Suggested Ordering Information

    High-quality, fully annealed seamless or welded and drawn

    grade 2 titanium tubing, ASTM B338 or equivalent. Tubing to

    be free of scratches, suitable for bending. OD tolerances not

    to exceed 0.005 in.

    Suggested Ordering Information

    High-quality, fully annealed seamless or welded and drawn

    grade 2 titanium tubing, ASTM B338 or equivalent. Tubing to

    be free of scratches, suitable for bending. OD tolerances not

    to exceed 0.13 mm.

    TubeODin.

    Tube Wall Thickness, in.

    SwagelokFittingSeries

    0.028 0.035 0.049 0.065

    Working Pressure, psigNote:For gas service, select a tube wall

    thickness outside of the shaded area.(SeeGas Service,page 2.)

    1/4 3500 4500 6700 9100 400

    3/8 2900 4200 5800 600

    1/2 2100 3100 4200 810

    TubeODmm

    Tube Wall Thickness, mm

    SwagelokFittingSeries

    0.8 1.0 1.2 1.5

    Working Pressure, barNote:For gas service, select a tube wall

    thickness outside of the shaded area.(SeeGas Service,page 2.)

    6 290 380 470 600 6M0

    10 210 260 340 10M0

    12 180 220 280 12M0

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    Table 19Fractional SAF 2507 Super Duplex Tubing

    Allowable working pressures are calculated from an Svalue of 38 700 psi (266.8 MPa) for ASTM A789 tubing at 20 to 100F

    (28 to 37C), as listed in ASME B31.3. For tubing suitable for SAF 2507 super duplex weld fittings with working pressures

    calculated based on ASME B31.3 Chapter IX, see the Swagelok SAF 2507 Super Duplex Weld Fittingscatalog, MS-01-173. For

    tubing use at temperatures below 20F (28C), see the Swagelok SAF 2507 Super Duplex Tube Fittings catalog, MS-01-174.

    Pressure ratings based on special wall thickness tolerance for Swagelok SAF 2507 tubing.

    TubeODin.

    Tube Wall Thickness, in.

    SwagelokFittingSeries

    0.035 0.049 0.065 0.083 0.095

    Working Pressure, psigNote: For gas service, select a tube wall thickness outside of the

    shaded area. (See Gas Service,page 2.)

    1/4 10 000 15 000 400

    3/8 6 500 10 100 12 700 600

    1/2 5 000 7 200 10 100 12 900 810

    5/8 5 800 7 600 10 100 1010

    3/4 4 700 6 300 8 500 10 000 1210

    Suggested Allowable Working Pressure forAdditional Alloys

    Suggested Ordering Information

    High-quality, fully annealed SAF 2507 super duplex tubing, ASTM A789 or equivalent. Hardness not to exceed 32 HRC. Tubingto be free of scratches, suitable for bending and flaring.

    Suggested Ordering Information

    High-quality, fully annealed seamless alloy 825 tubing, ASTM

    B163, ASTM B423, or equivalent. Fully annealed welded alloy

    825 tubing, ASTM B704, class 1 or equivalent. Hardness notto exceed HR15T90 or 201 HV. Tubing to be free of scratches,

    suitable for bending and flaring. Wall thickness tolerances not

    to exceed 10 %.

    Suggested Ordering Information

    High-quality, fully annealed seamless alloy 825 tubing, ASTM

    B163, ASTM B423, or equivalent. Fully annealed welded alloy

    825 tubing, ASTM B704, class 1 or equivalent. Hardness notto exceed HR15T90 or 201 HV. Tubing to be free of scratches,

    suitable for bending and flaring. Wall thickness tolerances not

    to exceed 10 %.

    Table 20Fractional Alloy 825 Tubing

    Allowable working pressures are calculated from an Svalue

    of 23 300 psi (160.6 MPa) for ASTM B163 and ASTM B423

    seamless tubing at 20 to 100F (28 to 37C), as listed

    in ASME BPV 2007 Section II, Part D or ASME B31.3. For

    ASTM B704, Class 1 or equivalent welded and drawn tubing,

    multiply working pressure by 0.85.

    Table 21Metric Alloy 825 Tubing

    Allowable working pressures are calculated from an Svalue

    of 160.6 MPa (23 300 psi) for ASTM B163 and ASTM B423

    seamless tubing at 28 to 37C (20 to 100F), as listed

    in ASME BPV 2007 Section II, Part D or ASME B31.3. For

    ASTM B704, Class 1 or equivalent welded and drawn tubing,

    multiply working pressure by 0.85.

    Based on repeated pressure testing of the Swagelok tube fitting with 4:1design factor based upon hydraulic fluid leakage.

    TubeODin.

    Tube Wall Thickness, in.Swagelok

    FittingSeries

    0.035 0.049 0.065

    Working Pressure, psig

    1/4 6400 9300 11 600 400

    3/8 4100 5900 8 200 600

    1/2 3000 4300 5 900 800

    TubeODmm

    Tube Wall Thickness, mmSwagelok

    FittingSeries

    0.8 1.0 1.2 1.5 1.8

    Working Pressure, bar

    6 410 530 660 6M0

    10 300 370 480 10M0

    12 250 300 390 480 12M0

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    Safe Product Selection

    When selecting a product, the total system design must

    be considered to ensure safe, trouble-free performance.

    Function, material compatibility, adequate ratings,

    proper installation, operation, and maintenance are the

    responsibilities of the system designer and user.

    SwagelokTM Swagelok CompanySAF 2507TM Sandvik AB 20102012 Swagelok CompanyPrinted in U.S.A., AGSSeptember 2012, R10MS-01-107

    Temperature Tubing Materials

    F C Al CopperCarbonSteel

    304,304/304L

    316,316/316L

    317,317/317L

    Alloy400

    Alloy20

    AlloyC-276

    Alloy600 Ti

    SAF2507

    Alloy825

    Alloy625

    200 93 1.00 0.80 0.95 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.87 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.86 0.90 1.00 0.93

    400 204 0.40 0.50 0.87 0.93 0.96 0.96 0.79 0.96 0.96 0.96 0.61 0.82 0.90 0.85

    600 315 0.82 0.85 0.85 0.79 0.85 0.85 0.85 0.45 0.84 0.79

    800 426 0.76 0.79 0.79 0.75 0.79 0.79 0.79 0.81 0.75

    1000 537 0.69 0.76 0.76 0.76 0.35 0.73

    Table 24Elevated Temperature Factors

    To determine allowable working pressure at elevated temperatures, multiply allowable working pressures from Tables 1 through

    23 by a factor shown in Table 24.

    Example: Type 316 stainless steel 1/2 in. OD0.035 in. wall at 1000F

    1. The allowable working pressure at 20 to 100F (28 to 37C) is 2600 psig (Table 3, page 4).

    2. The elevated temperature factor for 1000F (537C) is 0.76 (Table 24, above): 2600 psig0.76 = 1976 psig

    The allowable working pressure for 316 SS 1/2 in. OD 0.035 in. wall tubing at 1000F (537C) is 1976 psig.

    Based on 375F (190C) max.

    Dual-certified grades such as 304/304L, 316/316L, and 317/317L meet the requirements for the lower maximum carbon content of the L grades and for the

    higher minimum yield and tensile strength of the non-L grades.

    Based on the lower derating factor for stainless steel, in accordance with ASME B31.3.

    Use of 2507 super duplex stainless steel at temperatures above 482F (250C) causes microstructural changes that lead to embrittlement and loss of

    corrosion resistance. Derating factor at 482F (250C) is 0.81.

    Pressure Ratings at Elevated Temperatures

    Table 22Fractional Alloy 625 Tubing

    Allowable working pressures are calculated from an Svalue of

    26 700 psi (184.1 MPa) for ASTM B444 Grade 2 tubing at 20

    to 100F (28 to 37C), as listed in ASME BPV 2007 Section II,

    Part D, Table 1B; tubing outside diameter and wall thickness

    tolerances from ASTM B444 for small-diameter tube.

    Table 23Metric Alloy 625 Tubing

    Allowable working pressures are calculated from an Svalue of

    184.1 MPa (26 700 psi) for ASTM B444 Grade 2 tubing at 28

    to 37C (20 to 100F), as listed in ASME BPV 2007 Section II,

    Part D, Table 1B; tubing outside diameter and wall thickness

    tolerances from ASTM B444 for small-diameter tube.

    TubeODmm

    Tube Wall Thickness, mmSwagelok

    FittingSeries

    0.8 1.0 1.2 1.5 1.8

    Working Pressure, bar

    6 470 610 750 6M0

    10 350 430 550 10M0

    12 290 350 450 550 12M0

    TubeODin.

    Tube Wall Thickness, in.Swagelok

    FittingSeries

    0.035 0.049 0.065

    Working Pressure, psig

    1/4 7300 10 700 14 600 400

    3/8 4700 6 800 9 400 600

    1/2 3500 5 000 6 800 800

    Suggested Ordering Information

    High-quality, fully annealed seamless alloy 625 tubing,

    ASTM B444, Grade 1 or 2, or equivalent. Hardness not to

    exceed 25 HRC or 266 HV. Tubing to be free of scratches,

    suitable for bending and flaring.

    Suggested Ordering Information

    High-quality, fully annealed seamless alloy 625 tubing,

    ASTM B444, Grade 1 or 2, or equivalent. Hardness not to

    exceed 25 HRC or 266 HV. Tubing to be free of scratches,

    suitable for bending and flaring.

    Suggested Allowable Working Pressure forAdditional Alloys